Myrtle Point Union High School - Bobcat Yearbook (Myrtle Point, OR)
- Class of 1938
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Pointer Lo Mr Linn principal of My rtle Point Union High
School who has won the admiration and loyalty
of students and all people who knoyn him
We, the Pointer staff of 1938, dedicate the eleventh edition of the
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THE ANNUAL STAFF
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ASSOCIHYL Ldxtors Ruth Vwflllau 'id Gladys Gralnm
Classys Dorothy P arson
ACKIYIKILS Jxm Brux Sur 8 Alma Bklshnx
fuxtuns X ana Prumm QS Bormn Morley
Athlgtlce Cum Bonmksan
Arusw Lrrm Cliusm 8 Sam Dymmt
Adscrtxsmg 'X1u11s,Lr Douild XV1cks
ASSISIBHI 'Vlaxmigr Sam Dumnt
Couculauon Mzmigu W1I111ot Hotfmm
It xs thu aim of thy Pomtnr Srafi to pubhsh an 'amull xx h1Ch H111
pusum m thy mmds of tho studmls thy nnmoms ot thy mmy
Lvmtful d'1,S at Nlyrllg Pomt Umon H1011 bdlool
Tin members of the staff ham bun 'ibly sclgcud bx Mr Gurmy
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President Sam Dement
VICQ Presldent Charles Hendershott
Secretary Treasurer Wllmot Hoffman if Aleta Bryant
Sergeant of Arms Helen Daniels
Class Representatxve Ellen Carver
Class Advlsor Mr Wxllxam E Gurney
Wrth four years of hxgh school experrence behmd us we are
ready to venture out mto a world unknown to our mnocent and
sheltered heads Lookmg over the past years act1V1t1es we fmd a
number of thmgs to our credit not to mentron thc many green and
yellow slrps that pop up here and there
As Junlors we publxshed the Myrtle Leaf for the frrst txme We
also helped lmmensely to publrsh last year s annual We gayc a junxor
dance last year Thxs was the flrst dance ever grven 1n the h1gh school
Th1s year we had a senxor theater party at the local theater
After the show we had refreshments at the h1gh school
Ellen Carver Frank Furman Vance Freeman Aleta Bryant
Mary Dye and Wxlmot Hoffman presented a short play for our class
at the student body Chrxstmas program
Our class was ably represented rn debate by Wilmot Hoffman
Gene Bonnxksen and Jrm Brewster These three debated for Myrtle
I omt Hxgh school rn the county debate at Marshfreld
The jumor class honored us at a jumor scnlor banquet Apr1l l6
To show our appreclatron we gave them a return party 1n May
Aprxl 21 proved to be the most mterestmg school day thrs year
It was our annual skrp day' Floras Lake was our destmatron where
an unforgettable day was spent on the lake and the beach
In football and basketball the semor boys were very outstandmg
The boys wmnlng the1r letters 1n these athletrcs were Sam Demcnt
Gene Bonmksen B111 Bowker Charles Hendcrshott Douglas Danvrlle
Ray Cook Ben Nxchols Vance Freeman An all star scmor athletrc
manager was Don Wlcks who was manager for two years
Baccalaureate servlces were held at the Methodrst church on May
15 for us wrth Reverend White offlcratmg
To end four very pleasant and educatxonal years Commence
ment exercxses were staged rn the h1gh school audrtorrum on May 20
auditorium. We feel very proud of ourselves for having accomplished
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We the class of May 1938 of the Myrtle Point Union I-Iigh
school supposedly being in our right minds in full possession of our
faculties and acting under no bribery or 1r1d1scret1on ordain and
publish this last document-our will and testament
To the faculty we do happily leave the thought that carried
us triumphantly through the last four five or six years Do unto
others as you yy ould haye others do unto you
To Mr Linn we do hereby bequeath the thrill of a period of
relaxation from the last four years when he so faithfully filled out
green and yellow slips eyery morning of the school year for this
year s class
To Mr Gurney our proud adyisor vye leaye the privilege of
guiding the next year s Senior class And may he do as good a Job
on them as we feel he has done on us
The already famous persons who make up the Senior class yy ill
I Ellen Carver do will and bequeath my ability to train Bobcats
to Ernestine Luthy
I Frank Furman leave my ability to be a Ladies rnan to Johnny
I Neva Floyd do leave my quiet nature to that dashing sopho
more hero Warren Knight
I Helen Daniels While not wishing to appear selfish haye
decided to part with my smallest possession my height to Kathleen
We Bernice Thornton and Edith Redell leave our positions
in the Funnel Gang to whoever can carry on the dignity of the position
preferably to Kathryn Sumerlm who in the past has proyed herself
a very competent member
I Don Schmidt do cheerfully leave my ability to attract Coquille
girls leven if only for a short timel to the good looking hero of the
Junior Play Nelson Grubbe
I Jack Ray will my gift of gab to silent bashful Gene Bart
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the following to their lucky classmates: may they cherish the honor:
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I Myrtle Beckett leave my pos1txon as the Senlor Class s en
gaged g1fI to anyone w1th hlgh hopes
I Bonnxe Morley leave my ab1l1ty to hold my man to-no
on second thought I thmk I ll take xt w1th me for future use
I Cuene Bonnlksen leaye my abrlxty to make femmme hearts
flutter plus my honored place 1n the student body to Hoyy ard Caudle
I Helen Barklow leaye my place as the one Barklow of the
senror class to my cousln Stella
I Donald Breedlove IH comlng to the Myrtle Pomt H1 h school
have shown my mtellrgence and good taste 1n bemg able to p1ek Hue
school to Grace Skrllmgs
I Lllly Belle Reed leaye my abrlrty to collect green sllps to
I Vernon Trlgg haltmgly leave to my brother Don the car but
not the pr1v1lege of tak1ng out my many grrl frlends especrally Betty
Lyle Woods cannot bear to part Wrth my mustache so I
would feel very honored xt some He man freshre would kmdly duplr
Davld Waterman leaye my t1tle the seeond Mr Church due
to my C1y1cs grades to the commg sen1or class
I Way ne Thompson 1n my mad rush to get through school
haven t had tlme to gather any thmg extra so I Wxll obllge everyone
by takrng my possesslons wrth me
I Maxme Izyernden leaye my narroyy escapes from yy recks to
anyone who may need luck vyhen the escort rs such a poor one arm
I Helen James wlth many damty pmk blushes leaye my shy
t1m1d Ways to anyone but Alxce Belshaw
I Paullne Strong leaye my record as an hono roll student to
Bob Bones who alvy ays seems to mrss rt by a fractxon of a pomt
I Chuck Hendershott leaye my curly rumpled hur to Ralph
I Lyle Rogers whrle neyer hiymg pursued any one grrl leay
my love of the grrls m general to Kenneth Cooper
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I Ben CEnodj Nxchols have decxded to part with my manly
physlque to George Forrest
I Melvln lVI1chel leave the stud1ous sxde of my nature and my
constant urge for studymg to Kansas
I Marlon Lmdley leave my nonchalant appearance to Elmer
I Beans Ellrs leave to James McPo1l the phrase that best
descrlbes me tall dark and handsome
I Vance Freeman do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to be a
Jolly good fellovy an excellent Juggler of Engllsh and my 1mportant
pos1t1on as water boy to whoever can f1ll my shoes P S S129 nxne
and a half
I Samuel Ellrs Dement commonly known as Chxef Lxttle
Feet leave my ab1l1ty to collect flattermg n1ck na1nes plus my popu
larrty and athlet1c ab1l1ty to Mac Rudolph Sutprn
I J1m Brewster leave my ab1l1ty to keep the student body IH
such excellent fmanclal standmg to the next student body treasurer
I Ray Cook do hereby leave my athlet1c abxlxty and my rat
cravmgs to wee brother Roy
I Doug Danyllle leaye ny abllxty to be lkfllss Lmn s A No l
as to grades and conduct to Ruth Wallace Ruth you may haye a lxttle
dxffrculty at frrst fxttxng mto the routme of little Douglas but try
try aga1n and you ll fxnally succeed
I Ellen Rustvold leave my bowl1ng ab1l1ty and my affectxon
for a nxce blond curly hatred boy to Mxldred Hunt Caudle
I Wrlmot Hoffman leave my many accomplrshments-debatmg
ab1l1ty musxcal abxlrty good grades and dramatxc abxhty to Jumor
class 1n general
I Mary Dye leave my vacancy as Gxrls League presxdent and
my fla1r for gomg Holly wood to yy ell really I don t care xt they
I B1ll Bowker leave my qulet ways musxcal abrlxty and my
rhythmrcal laugh to Eldon Hermann vyho already has a fxne start
I AfdlS Stevy art leaye my xntellxgence to the school rn genenl
lor I am certa '1 xt can be used to an ady antage
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I Ellen Breuer leave my extra credits to anyone yn ho can stretch
his imagination enough to find them
I Robert Van Orden leaye my ability to start a school wide
epidemic of the measles and thus make eytry student positive he
has contracted the disease in order to get a yaeation to anyone who
can be so original
I Blondie Hazel Lindsey leave my fickle nature which al
ways accompanies blonde locks to June McClellan
I W'ilma Lggers do will and bequeath this fair day of 'Vlay
I Claude Hicks with many regrets leaye my beloyed Cowboy
boots to the junior lad Marion Hufford
I Aleta Bryant do cheerfully leave to Lorraine White the
remnants of my past years in high school to repair carry on and im
I Dot Pearson leaye the prestige and honor of being a cops
daughter to little sister Virginia
I Laura Pulltn leaye my annoying habit of alvyays being on
the exemption list to Ala Wilson
I Don Wicks leave my grouchy disposition lelt our from the
Senior Play as a safe guard for a happy marriage to Aubrey Strong
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Presldent Howard Caudle
V1ce Presldent Kenneth Cooper
Secretary Treasurer June McClellan
Sergeant of Arms Roy Cook
Class Representatrye Lorraxne Vvhlte
Class Adylsors MISSQS Rose Smlth and Stevenson
The Patsy our Junlor play was an lmmense success The
students who took part 1n tlns play thereby brrngmg us great honor
yy ere Lrnestlne Luthy Nelson Grubbe June McClellan Glen Olson
Gene Bartlett NIZIIOH Hufford Grace Sk1ll1ngs and Ruth XVallaee
Under the excellent d1rect1on of Mxss Lrnn we cleared approX1mately
S71 Wltlz part of thrs money vye honored tne senlors at a Junlor
Senlor banquet After the banquet at the Presby terxan church Vee ad
Journed to the hrgh school aud1tor1um yy here we danced to the hltrng
straxns of Nelson Grubbe s Syy eetheart Syyxngsters
the county xnterpretlve readmg contest She yyon fourth place for
our school rn thxs contest Howard Caudle another popular mem
ber of our class IS a debate letterman
On the athletrc fxeld If yy as easy to locate our yunror boys by therr
superror athletlc prowess Among these athletlcally mrnded boys
we fmd SIX who have earned therr letters thus far 1n the school year
These boys are Alyxn Sprague Roy Cook Eldon Hermann Gene
Bartlett Glen Olson and Alton Brlllngs Spec1al attent1on IS called
to Alun Sprague ve ho 1S credmted vuth the honor of berng one of the
schools best all around athletes
We gaye our class party December 17 Eyery one had a grand
trme Games were played and a short program was enjoyed
We re looklng forward to belng senxors Eyeryone tells us to
keep up the good work we started IH our Junror year and we w1ll
really go places as semors
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Presxdent Aubrey Strong
V1ee Presrdent Betty Dans
Secretary Phyllrs Bellonr
Treasurer Kathryn Qumerlln
Class Representatwe Phrllrp Bartlett
Sergeant of Arms Erme Daxenport
Class Adylsor Mrs Clarke
In our freshman year vse were a class of lOO Thrs IS the
largest enrollment rn a srngle class exer to he on record IH My rtle
Pomt Unxon I-hgh school Already 29 students have dropped out
but we re st1ll earrymg on and gorng strong
We have a large number of polnts towards the mterclass rxyalry
cup and have htgh hopes of brxngmg the cup to our fold by the end
of the school year
In order to acquamt Mrs Clarke our class advrsor w 1th our
group we gaxe her a surprrse party
We had the pr1v1lege of gettmg the freshmen durxng mrtutron
th1s year Thrs helped much to restore our pr1de after bexng xnttnted
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Presrdent Mac Sutphrn
Vrce Presrdent Rayburn Lewrs
Secretary rlreasurer Margaret Davrs
Class Representatxye Bonnxe B1ll1HgS
Class Advxsor lVl1ss Grace Nlary Lmn
We feel yery proud of ourselves thrs year Wrth an enrollment
of 87 students we have had a large number on the honor roll each
srx weeks Don t tell the mrghty senrors but We knovs We have a
Although we vyere xnltlated by the sophomores early 1n the
school year we feel bxg enough to really take them noyy To return
the CO1'Tlpl1ITlC1'1l of bemg 1n1t1ated vse gaye the sophomores a return
party rn December We also had a freshman exchange program wrth
Coqurlle l-lrgh school 1n Aprll
There are three more years for us rn lVly rtle Pomt Hrgh school
so keep vyatch on us NVe re an rndustrlous group
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Fans predrcted at the openxng of the football season that Pat
Rlckard would never bu1ld a team out of the bunch of hrllblllxes
and farmers with whrch he had to work Yet here rt IS the end
of the season and the dope bucket has been upset We are proudly
drsplayrng a brlght blue pennant at the head of the study hall The
record hung up by the Bobcats rs very brrllrant In the exght games
played they scored 150 pornts to therr opponents 3l In s1x of the
e1ght games played they made a touchdown on the krckoff before
losrng the ball on downs an envrable record and one to be lauded
Powers 6 Myrtle Pornt 33
Powers 6 Myrtle Pomt 19
Coach Rrckard prtted h1s muscle men agamst the lrght Pow ers
squad rn the frrst two games of the season Many substrtutrons were
made rn the Bobcat lmeup durmg the game It was agarnst thrs
games were for practxce only as Powers IS not m the County Con
Bandon 0 Myrtle Pornt 32
The Bobcats passed the1r frrst Conference game successfully by
drubblng the Bandon s best on the local turf to thc tune of 32 O
The lack of adequate rcserycs llghter and more mcxperlenced players
made the Trgers an easy mark for the Bobcat stonewall defense and
thexr thundcrbolt offense
Marshfreld 0 Myrtle Pornt O
The Bobcats were 1n1t1ated mto the gentle art of mud sknng
the follow1ng week when they played Marshfleld on therr ncvyly
plowed bog The depth and consrstency of the mud coupled vuth
the excellent defense of both teams made scormg practxcally xmpossxble
although both teams threatened durmg the game
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North Bend-O: Myrtle Point-25
The Bobcats were host on the following Saturday to the highly
touted North Bend "Bulldogs" On the Opening kickoff Myrtle
Point took the ball over for a touchdown. The rest of the game was
relatively easy with the Bobcats pushing over three more counters. The
absence of several of the Bulldog better players accounted in part for
the one-sided score, but it was generally conceded that they would
have been beaten with their regular lineup.
Coquille-13 : Myrtle Point--19
The next team to taste defeat at the hands of the Bobcats was
the scrappy Coquille eleven. With the clean type of rivalry existing
between the two schools, a hotly contested battle was sure to occur,
consequently this game attracted the largest crowd of the season to
the local field. Fans came away satisfied that they had their money's
worth after seeing the local boys batter down their opponents de-
Bandon--0: Myrtle Point-25
l The Bobcats' second encounted with the Bandon gridsters found
them much improved and more determined to put up a stiffer fight
than they had before. However even their determination, the large
pond in the middle of the field, and the constant drizzle could not
dampen the ardor with which the Bobcats set to work. When the
final whistle blew the Bobcats slushed off the field holding the better
end of a 25 - O score.
Coquille-6: Myrtle Point-7
The Bobcats underwent the "acid test" in their next game with
the heavy Coquille "bonecrushers." The Red Devils forced over a
touchdown early in the first quarter, but were unable to convert.
They kept the lead until about three minutes before the final whistle
blew. The perfect coordination and the "do or die" spirit shown by
our team resulted in a touchdown late the last quarter. The final
plunge was a signal for much cheering from the heretofore downcast
1 9 3 8 POINTER
lt seems you cant keep a coach l1ke Mr Rlckard from vymnmg
champronshxps The clouds looked dark oyer the fxeld of basketball
at the opemng of the season but were qurckly drspelled by the roxy
of wms the team stacked up when they reached therr strxde The
season produced the hlgh scorer rn the A squad dlyrsxon as well
as the hrgh scorer m the B drylslon The schedule drflered thxs year
1n that the teams played more games seyeral new rules vyere used also
'I he Bobcats went through the County Tournament yyxth l1ttle
dlffxculty but were unfortunate to prck a semrfmalrst as therr lrrst
opponent If the State Tournament They yy ere beaten by St Helens
39 to 19 and beaten by Eugene Hrgh IH an oyertrme game vyhrch ended
41 to 40
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Forward Roy Cook
Roys dependable brand of ball playing has establlshed h1m a
place deep xn the heart of basketball enthusxasts We feel fayored to
have Roy w1th us the comxng season
Forvt ard Bxll Bowker
An outstandmg player ln any man s language Bxll s aggress1ve
ness and h arty cheer pulled h1s teammates out of many tlght spots
Unfortunately B111 IS lost to us through graduatlon
Center Sam Dement
All County Second Team Alvxn a transfer from Powers f1tted
much space cannot be devoted 1n pra1s1ng Sams skxll as a Casaba
tosser Hrs accurate swung shots and hxs ab1l1ty to ga1n the ball off
the backboard made Sam one of the best players to be seen IH the
Guard Ray Cook
All County and all Tournament cholce for guard The bulwark
of our defense a fast cleyer ball handler and a relxable player who
could be counted on to raxse the score 1n eyery game Ray ends hxs
brrllxant athletlc career at Myrtle Pomt th1s year
All County Second Team Alvln a transfer from Powers f1tted
splend1dly ln Coach R1cka ds plans for an 1ron man frve Hrs
scrappy clever style of playmg and hrs maneuyermg for set ups
made hxm mvaluable to the team Alvm IS one of four lettermen who
w1ll be w1th us aga1n next year
No team IS complete wrthout an adequate g oup of nesery es the
need was especlally felt thxs year when a larger schedule of games
was 1n effect Many of the polnts acqulred were made by the reseryes
whlch xncluded Vance Freeman a senxor who d1d much for the Bobcat
cause Alton Bxlllngs and Eldon Hermann two forwards who add a
pleasant glow to the next season s possxbrlmes
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THE SEASON S SCOPES READ
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When the call was xssued for track matcrral last sprmg thrrty boys
of all S1765 and wxth varyrng amb1t1ons responded
After the track asprrants had been thmned out there remained
ten to carry Myrtle Pornt s colors rn the County Track meet They
d1d a frne job of It too yymnlng oycr one thlrd of the total number
of poxnts ayy arded the frve teams competxng and of course the County
Frrst place vymners for the Bobcats 1n the County Meet were
Nelson shotput dlscus and javelm Bcllom low hurdles
and 440 yard dashes Dement low hurdles
Thxrd place wxnners were Smxth shotput Furman 880
Dement hrgh hurdles Roy Cook mlle Bellonl broad Jump Ray
Cook jayelln T1e for thrrd and fourth places were Demcnt and
Cook hlgh Jump
Fourth placc Wmners were Ray Cook broad Jump Redcll
dlscus Thompson 880 and 440 Ray Cook 220
The relay tcam of Bellonr Slilllll Thompson and Ray Cook
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Presldent Euge 16 Bartlett
Vxce Presxdent Sam Dement
Secretary Eldon Hermann
Treasurer Eugene Reed
Adv1sor Mr Schaad
Our F F A fmxshed what we consxder the most successful year
the organxzatlon has yet had To start the year rn a perfect way
Verlm Hermann Class of 1936 was elected to the hxghest honor con
ferred upon members of the F F A The Amerxcan Farmer Degree
Upon hxs electlon to that degree two members of the local organ1zat1on
Oliver Shull and Bob Lundy Mr Schaad and Verlxn attended the
natxonal convent1on whlch convened m Kansas Clty Mr Schaad
went as one of the adv1sors for the Oregon delegatxon
At the state com ent1on m Corvallls th1s year Bob Lundy state
v1ce presxdent gave the address of welcome At th1s same conventlon
Sam Dement and Don Trxgg were awarded the State Farmer degree
A team composed of Eugene Reed Don Trlgg and Melvln Mxchel
won the cup gxven for the best stock Judgmg team 1n Coos County
Th1s 1S the second year the locals have won the cup One more wm
for our farmer boys and the cup IS permanently ours
ln the publxc spaklng contest held 1n the local chapter Don
Trxgg vson flrst place Frank Trxgg second and Aubrey Strong
thxrd The Securxty Bank of Myrtle Pomt gave prxzes of S5 S3 and
S2 to the wlnners of the first three places
Don Tr1gg representmg the local chapter xn the d1str1ct speakmg
contest at Grants Pass won fourth place The parlxamentary team
composed of the chapter offxcers and Frank Furman won thmrd place
1n the parlramentary contest
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Last wmter the Future Farmers showed the town how to put
on a f1rst class banquet when they gave therr annual Father and Son
banquet Approxxmately 145 were present to enjoy the tasty food
prepared by the pretty cooks of the Home Economrcs department under
the drrectron of Mrs Clarke The speaker for the banquet was J
R Beck rural serv1ce speclallst for the State of Oregon
Last summer 20 members of the chapter and Mr Schaad made
a 1350 mrle campmg and project tour through Northern and Central
Myrtle Potnt again recerved Keystone Chapter ratmg thxs year
and was awarded S15 by the Natxonal F F A Councrl for havmg the
best chapter in the state
These actrvxtres of the Future Farmer organrzatron rn Myrtle
Poxnt lead us to belreve that those plough boys from that room ln the
basement really do somethrng bCSld6S learn how to tell the age of a
horse From the foregomg lxst of actrvmes we have reason to belreve
that our future farmers w1ll be super farmers
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TORCH HONOR SOCIETY
The Torch Honor Socrety rs an orgmwatron to eneourage better
grades and to create enthusrasm rn school actrvrtres
To become a member ofthe soerety a student must haye a certarn num
ber of pomts earned from school grid s and partrcrpatron rn
school actryrtres A grade ol l counts 5 pomts 2
counts 3 pornts 3 counts A pornts 4- counts
nothmg D ueeluets 2 pornts and mayor
school aetryrtres Z pornts and
mrnor school actryrtres
A freshman muSt earn 28 pornts to wear the l bar pm hrs sophomore
year a sophomore 58 pornts to wear the 2 bar prn hrs jumor
year A Junror must haye 90 pornts to vxear tl e gold
pornts at the close ol hrs senror year
the pm becomes hrs permanently
Those hayrng torch prns now are
Torch pms Gene Bonnrlesen and Vw1lmOI Hollman
Treo bar pms Alrce Belshav. md Gladys Graham and Lrnestn e
Luthy Ruth Wallace
One bar pms Rov Brewster and Stanley Pelsher Julrene
Freeman Mabel Grrlley lern la Flimme George Luthy Patsy
Oylear Kenneth Steyens Ira. Sxxrgart Ala Wrlson and lzsther Vfo
Adezsor Mr Church
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F11 at Semestel Staff
Ldrtor Ruth XVaIIacr
Assoultc Izdrtors IIoxx1rd Caudlr if Cnrnxnxr Strong
Sporrs Ixrporurs bkn Olson 8 Marlon I-Iuiiord
Fwturr Vxfrxtrrs Qrhdxs Graham U Mm Brlshaxx
Agrlcullurc Rrporurs Trd NI1IIrr 25 I ugrnr Rnd
IVI1mrof raphcr IVIar1on Huiford
Busrnuss IVI1nag,rr Lldon Hrrmann
CITCUIJIIOH Manafrr INIA x1n Birzu
Ixprsts XX IIIHJ. Lgfurs i5 Dorol ax Punso 1
Second SOIHQSJCDI Staff
Edrtors Qnur Sk1II1n0s 55 Dorolhx Brndrr
Asmstant Edrtor Laxaun Hammick
Fcaturs. VVIIILIS Lrnrstlne Luthx Nrlson Gruhbr
Agrxculturc Rrporurs OYYIIIL Rm 25 Ilmrs I lI'IIOI1
Cxrculatxon INIa1ag,rrs Rox Cook YS Mirron I rndlrx
BUSIHLSS Manigrr HIIIIS BarkIoxv
IVI1mrographLrs Krnmth Cooprr 25 Rox Look
'I xpxst Dorothx Parson
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thc Mx rtIL Leaf and haxr rt prrntrd rn thr Mx rtk Pornt Hrrald
Txxo yrars ago the staff and ns idxrsor Mr Gurncx took upon thrm
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the Enghsh V class can xx CII be proud
The staff rs made up from thr Journahsm class xx In h rs madr up
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Save Wlth Safety
At the Rexall Drug Store
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B111 s Ice Cream
Phone 25 J
Everythmg m the
ICE CREAM LINE
Party Orders a Specxalty
Shoes Hats Hosiery Men s Furmshmgs
MYRTLE POINT OREGON
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Guns and AmmUH1t10H
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E C Roberts
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Myrtle Pomt Oregon
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Myrtle Polnt Ore
Myrtle Pomt O19g0H
Myrtle News Stand
Mabel Barklow Prop
The Lone Pup
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Get em VVh1le They re Hot
Pop and Gum
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L H Pearce Prop
Wm Gurney 81 Son
Cleaners Tailors Hatters
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Hllllllg, Lundy 81 Sons Hardware
The wlnchesfer store
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The best place ln town
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our real app1ee1at1on and thanks to the Teache1s and
Puplls of the H1gh School for the ve1y pleasant bus1ness
relatlons We have enjoyed Wlth them slnce commg to
My1 tle Polnt seven years ago and especlally do We thank
Mr L1nn for h1s cooperatlon
The Bond Studlo
Umon 011 Co
Tr1ton Motor O11
System at all
Seed St0I'C UHIOH Statlons
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Myrtle PO1Ht s
RCA MAGIC VOICE Where All The
OF THE SCREEN Good P1ctures
Th1S Book Was Prmted by
H E R A L D P R E S S
Desxgnels and Creators of
QUALITY PRINTING AT A SENSIBLE PRICE
Buy Your Prlntlng From
An Oregon Manufacturer
Ernploylng Un1on Labor
Uslng Oregon Paper
Made from Oregon Woods
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Brake and Electmcal SQFVICQ
Lubrlcatlon Battery Servlce
Lets get Associated wlth Flymg
Clty Cash Grocery
Emma Schnelder and Lena Wal ner Props
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